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May Science Picks - Hot News about Cool Science
Released: 5/5/2010

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Phone: 703-648-5086

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Phone: 703-648-5086

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Phone: 703-648-5086

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Phone: 703-648-5086

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Phone: 703-648-5086

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Phone: 703-648-5086

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In this edition of Science Picks, learn why it seems like the world is experiencing more earthquakes than normal. Also, see how easy it is to become a citizen scientist, and watch a new USGS movie to learn why the Mojave Desert tortoise is endangered. You’ll also find information about major flooding this spring, dust from Africa that is potentially harming coral in the Caribbean, how scientists are using satellite technology to track wildlife, and much more!

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  • More Earthquakes than Normal? Pictures
  • Citizen Science is In Full Bloom Pictures
  • The Heat is On: Desert Tortoises and Survival Movie/Pictures
  • Staying Afloat in Streams of Flood Information Corecast
  • African Dust, Coral Reefs and Human Health Video
  • Tracking Wandering Wildlife Pictures
  • Deadly Bat Disease Spreads to Canada and Maryland Pictures
  • Lead Exposure History Written in Endangered Condor Feathers Pictures
  • Where the Bison Roam: The Status of Bison in North America Corecast/Pictures
  • Diving for Deep-Sea Coral Critters Pictures/Podcast
  • Go Deeper into a Hawaiian Volcano Pictures
  • After the Shaking: A Look at the Landscape Pictures


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